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Less than a year after introducing its original Mobile Application for its mbrace in-car telematics system, Mercedes-Benz has introduced version 2.0 that brings a host of new features and additional remote functionality.
Similarities in the neuropathology of kuru and a rare, fatal condition called Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) led investigators to attempt experimental transmission of CJD to nonhuman primates.
They successfully transmitted the disease to a chimpanzee, which first displayed clinical signs after a 13-month incubation period, providing more evidence that spongiform encephalopathies are transmissible (Gibbs et al., 1968).
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